Yes, it has been far too long since I've written here. This is something I realized a little while ago, so I chose to remedy the situation by beginning a lengthy (although still relatively cursory given the large gap betwixt postings) entry regarding the events over the past two months. Sadly, my work in progress has been cut off for the time being, since my computer has decided to take some time off. More accurately, it is currently unable to draw power. This unfortunate turn of events is due to the fact that 1) the computer was dropped near the power connection sometime before I acquired it (thereby seriously weakening its power-sucking abilities) and 2) I tripped on the power cord some time ago, causing an already flimsy connection to become much worse. This latter event is what lead to the ultimate demise of my precious DC In-Board. Something decided to come loose over Veteran's Day and now, with drained batteries and a heavy heart, I must wait until the new part arrives so I can install it. So, dear friends, be patient, as I know you are, for the exciting tales of myriad depraved acts will soon return.
When I do get my precious powerbook up and running again, it will be my pleasure to post more photos. Since my last entry, I have sold (although I'm still awaiting Adorama to fork over my dough, the cheap bas... anyway, that's beside the point) my old camera and purchased a new, altogether fantastic digital SLR. The largest benefit in terms of this site is that I can now much more easily, and regularly, post photos. You can anticipate some shots with each entry to spice things up a bit. Also, I will do my best to actually post on a regular basis. I realize I have said this in the past, but hopefully this new photographic element will give me more motivation to do so. Frequent postings will also give you less to read in one sitting, which may be a big plus.
For now, it's time to continue formulating my elaborate plan to hostilely overtake K-Mart with the help of a little smokescreen, an armed militia, and a large swarm of angry bees, after which I'll have a stranglehold of the island's economy, allowing me to purchase one of Nikon's fancy lenses and, maybe someday, a ticket home.Posted by Isaac at November 14, 2004 3:23 PM